Latest Windows 10 drivers (2024)

Acer (laptops, tablets, desktops)

Any Windows 10 drivers provided by Acer for your Acer computer are available through the Acer Drivers and Manuals page.

Simply search for your Acer PC model and select Windows 10 from the operating system drop-down box.

If your Acer computer model doesn't have any Windows 10 drivers available, especially if it 's listed on the Acer Windows 10 upgrade page, don't worry - it just means that the drivers Microsoft shipped with Windows 10 probably work fine.

Most Acer tablets, laptops, and desktops that run well on Windows 8 and Windows 7 will also run well on Windows 10. If you do encounter problems, check Acer's Drivers and Manuals page regularly for new drivers.

Many drivers are available in two different versions, a 32-bit version and a 64-bit version. Make sure you install the correct version based on the version of Windows 10 you have installed!

AMD Radeon Driver (Video)

The latest AMD Radeon Windows 10 driver is Radeon Software Adrenalin 24.5.1 Suite v23.40.33.01 (released on May 15, 2024). The same version is available for Windows 11.

These drivers are also called AMD Catalyst drivers and they contain everything needed for AMD/ATI graphics cards to work in Windows 10.

These drivers support most AMD/ATI Radeon HD GPUs in Windows 10, including drivers in the R9, R7, and R5 series, as well as other drivers. This includes desktop and mobile GPUs.

ASUS Drivers (Desktops, Laptops, and Motherboards)

Windows 10 drivers for ASUS desktops, laptops, and motherboards are available for download through ASUS Support.

Select your product line and model, select Drivers and Utilities , and filter the download links by your operating system ( Windows 10 in this case) .

BIOSTAR Drivers (Motherboard and Graphics Card)

BIOSTAR does not maintain a list of Windows 10 compatible motherboards or graphics cards, but you can find any drivers they provide through BIOSTAR Support. On this page, you can search for model numbers or filter by motherboard features.

Most motherboards that work well in Windows 8 will work equally well in Windows 10, especially if you use Microsoft's default drivers.

Canon (printers and scanners)

Canon provides Windows 10 drivers for many of its printers, scanners, and multifunction devices through Canon Support.

Use the on-screen wizard to find your product, select Software & Drivers on the product page, and filter by Windows 10 operating system .

If you're just curious about the Windows 10 compatibility of your Canon printer or other device, they've put together a very easy-to-use Canon OS compatibility tool.

If you don't see your Canon device in other lists, check out the Canon Windows 10 upgrade page, which lists all models that are not supported by Windows 10.

If your device is on that list, don't worry - Microsoft may simply support your printer or scanner (i.e. using their own base driver). This driver or the Windows 8 driver already provided by Canon will also work with Windows 10.

Creative Sound Blaster Driver (Audio)

Select Sound Blasters on the company's support page. Scroll down until you find the name or model of your sound card. Select the product and you will see a download link for the latest Creative Sound Blaster driver for Windows 10.

If you can't find your Creative hardware anywhere on this page, please note that Microsoft's default Windows 10 audio driver may work, but it is not guaranteed.

Other Creative-made devices are also listed on the homepage with their own Windows 10 compatibility details, including speakers, headphones, and amplifiers.

Dell Drivers (Desktops, Laptops, Tablets and Printers)

Dell provides Windows 10 drivers for its desktops and laptops through its drivers and downloads page. Enter your Dell PC Service Tag or Express Service Code to browse your device manually, or choose to download and install SupportAssist for an automated process.

Once you find the Dell device that requires Windows 10 drivers, select it and then select Windows 10 from the operating system menu.

Most newer Alienware , Inspiron , XPS , Vostro , Latitude , Optiplex and Precision brand Dell computers will run fine in Windows 10.

Many Dell printer drivers for Windows 10 are also available from the same download page. Dell also maintains an updated Windows 10 and Windows 11 compatibility page with Dell printers, which should be very helpful if you already know your Dell printer model.

The printer is listed as having Web Package Availability (you can download Dell-made drivers through Drivers & Downloads ), CD Availability (the printer's drivers are included on the installation CD that comes with the printer), or Windows Update Availability (Microsoft includes them) The best drivers for this printer are available in Windows 10 or will be downloaded via Windows Update when the printer is connected).

Windows 10 supports most Dell color and black and white printers, laser printers, and inkjet printers through one of these methods.

Gateway Driver (Laptop and Desktop)

Windows 10 drivers for Gateway PCs are available through the Drivers and Downloads page on the Gateway website.

The full list of computers supported by Gateway on Windows 10 can be found on its Windows 10 Creator Update page.

Some NE series gateway laptops are listed, as well as some DX and SX series desktop computers.

HP Drivers (Laptops, Tablets, Desktops, and Printers)

HP provides Windows 10 drivers for many of its tablets, laptops, and desktop computers through the HP Software and Driver Downloads page. You can also find printer drivers here.

Like some other computer manufacturers, there isn't an easy-to-reference list of HP computers that are compatible with Windows 10, but HP does offer some help.

Go to HP's Identify Your Product page, enter your computer's product number in the field provided, and then select Submit .

Don't know where your HP product number is? Check the sticker on the back of your desktop or under your tablet or laptop. If your sticker is worn out, do CTRL + ALT + S on an HP desktop or FN + ESC on an HP laptop and it will pop up on the screen.

Intel Chipset "Drivers" (Intel Motherboards)

The latest Intel chipset Windows driver for Windows 10 is version 10.1.19444 (released on March 28, 2023).

Intel chipset drivers are not "drivers" in the typical sense, they are just an updated collection of information for the operating system (Windows 10 in this case) that helps it correctly identify motherboard-integrated hardware that you may already be using.

Motherboards from any manufacturer using Atom , Celeron , Pentium , 9 Series , Core M and 2/3/4 generation Intel Core chipsets are supported.

Visit the Intel Download Center for more information.

Intel drivers (motherboard, graphics card, network, etc.)

Windows 10 drivers for Intel-made hardware (such as graphics chipsets, networking hardware, etc.) can be found through the Intel Download Center.

From the Download Center , search for Intel hardware by name, or use the Select Your Product tool. On the search results page, filter by download type (if helpful), and then by operating system .

Intel also has an automated tool, the Intel Driver and Support Assistant, that can help you obtain drivers for your Intel hardware.

Lenovo (desktops and laptops)

Windows 10 drivers for Lenovo computers are available through Lenovo Support.

Computers that have been tested in Windows 10 can be found on the Lenovo Windows 10 Upgrade - Supported Systems List page on their website.

Windows 10 supported models tested by Lenovo are from the IdeaCentre , ThinkCentre , IdeaPad , ThinkPad , ThinkStation , and Lenovo series desktop/laptop/tablet series.

Some Lenovo-branded computers are also listed as incompatible , which means upgrading or installing Windows 10 on your computer could cause some major issues.

Lexmark Driver (Printer)

Lexmark Windows 10 drivers are all available through its driver and download search tool.

Once you're on your printer's support page, filter for operating system version and type if necessary ( if you want to hide other results).

Microsoft drivers (keyboard, mouse, etc.)

Yes, Microsoft makes Windows 10, but they also develop, manufacture, and support the hardware.

See the PC Accessories Help and Learning page on their website for links to individual product pages for their devices, where you can find updated Windows 10 drivers.

While this may not come as a surprise, Windows 10 most likely already includes these drivers out-of-the-box with its operating system, but if not, you can find them here.

Microtek Driver (Scanner)

Microtek's support for Windows 8 is spotty, and support for Windows 10 appears to be even less.

Search for a scanner by serial number or model using its download page, and be sure to filter by the correct operating system to see only relevant drivers.

NVIDIA GeForce Driver (Video)

The latest Windows 10 driver for NVIDIA GeForce is version 551.76 (released March 5, 2024). The same version is available for Windows 11.

This specific NVIDIA driver is compatible with the TITAN series and GeForce 10, 900, 700, RTX 40, RTX 30 and RTX 20 series desktop GPUs as well as GeForce MX100, MX200, MX300, MX400, MX500, GTX 16, 10, 900M, 800M, RTX 30 and RTX 20 series notebook GPUs.

NVIDIA releases video chip drivers occasionally but frequently, so keep an eye out for updates that improve compatibility with Windows 10 and improve gaming performance.

Typically, these drivers directly from NVIDIA will work best for your NVIDIA-based graphics card, regardless of which company the card is actually manufactured by, but that's not always the case. If you have problems using these drivers in Windows 10, check with your graphics card manufacturer for a better download.

Realtek HD Driver (Audio)

The latest Realtek High Definition Windows 10 driver is R2.83 (released on February 19, 2024).

Realtek driver updates rarely bring any improvements. Much like Intel chipset drivers, these drivers typically only update reporting information.

If you have problems using these drivers in Windows 10, please consult your motherboard manufacturer. They may have custom compiled drivers that are better suited for your system.

Samsung (laptops, tablets, desktops)

Drivers are available for many Samsung computers, and you can download them through the Samsung Manuals and Software page on each model's support page.

Most Samsung computers that run well on Windows 8 and Windows 7 will also run well on Windows 10.

If you want to quickly see if your specific Samsung computer can be upgraded to Windows 10, use the drop-down menu on the Samsung Windows 10 Update Information page to find your specific product.

Sony Drivers (Desktop and Laptop)

Sony provides Windows 10 drivers for many of its computer models, available from the Drivers and Software Updates page on Sony's website.

For more information about Windows 10 compatibility with specific Sony PCs, see the Sony Windows 10 upgrade information page.

Select basic information about the version of Windows preinstalled on your Sony PC, and then learn more about the issues, if any, you might encounter during or after a Windows 10 upgrade or installation.

Be sure to check for updated Windows 10 drivers for your individual Sony PC model to see if these issues may be resolved.

Toshiba Drivers (Laptops, Tablets, Desktops)

Toshiba (now known as Dynabook) provides Windows 10 drivers for its computer systems through its Drivers and Software page.

Enter your computer model to view downloads specific to your computer. Once there, filter by Windows 10 from the list in the left margin.

Toshiba also publishes an easy-to-reference list of Toshiba models that support upgrading to Windows 10, but this was last updated in April 2016.

Dynabook has FAQs about Windows 10 eligibility.

You'll find many Windows 10-capable models in the KIRA , Kirabook , PORTEGE , Qosmio , Satellite, TECRA , and TOSHIBA series.

  • 2024-05-15: AMD/ATI Radeon software Adrenalin v23.40.33.01 released
  • 2024-03-05: NVIDIA GeForce v551.76 released
  • 2024-02-19: Realtek HD Audio R2.83 released
  • 2023-03-28: Intel chipset v10.1.19444 released

Try using Windows 8 drivers. This doesn't always work, but given how similar the operating systems are, it usually does.